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of the u.s. strategy in afghanistan. >> it is fantastic to be home with the family again. >> they were honored saturday, assigned to the international security assistance force in afghanistan, helping to train the afghan army and the police in the hopes they will fight crime and the taliban on their own some day. it is part of and in u.s. combat operations there by the end of 2014. >> the challenge was trying to train them to the way that we do it. we taught them the basics. our job is to show them how to do it and they learn how to do it. >> the homecoming comes on the same day that two nato troops were killed by an afghan police trainee. >> it is a part of the conflict that we deal with on a day-to- day basis. as a leader, i thought we were led and prepared and trained. nothing can help you prepare for something like that. >> they spent a year in afghanistan, deploying on september 11 last year, on the 10th anniversary of the attacks. for many of them, it was their third tour. >> i have four children, and he is the first i did not see born. the sacrifice that we do, it pays off, thou
race -- it is unknown what race he is. he is maybe in his 20's. we do not know if there is a correlation. as the police department, it is our job to be cautious. >> police alerted residents of a red alert, warning them. >> i do not want anybody coming into my house. i have a wife and kids. i think it is a good thing. >> tonight, the pentagon is moving two u.s. warships off the libyan coast after the cat -- after the attack. ambassador chris stevens and three other americans were killed in that assault. the u.s. will work with libya to bring those responsible to justice. we have the very latest from washington. >> in cairo tonight, another demonstration at the u.s. embassy. what happened in libya -- in an interview and -- attacked.onsulate was the ambassador and three others were killed. >> how could this happen in a country we helped liberate, in a city we helped save? >> hitting the internet where clips from an anti-muslim movie said to be made in america. that is no excuse, said the president this morning. >> we reject all efforts to denigrate the religious be
and still weather + forecast -- your 11 insta weather forecast. we were in the 80's today. it felt like summer here at home. the average high as 76. we made it up to 84. in that heat and relative humidity, we popped off a few digs thunderstorms early this evening. most of the rain down across the lower eastern shore. back in to delaware and heading off the coast. nothing showing up from baltimore. should stay dry around the metro area for the rest of the night. showers and thunderstorms extends around new york all the way down the delmarva coast line. a strong front. a series of cold fronts coming through here over the next 12 hours. this is a main front moving off the eastern shore. there is a piece of energy in the upper levels of atmosphere scooting across the great lakes. three are in a couple of hours. behind this, breezy in school. we will not the kind of temperature they had in the minnesota but maybe it will will out. you're in the 60's here. 49 at in the cincinnati. 47 at minneapolis and st. paul. that is where our weather is coming from from the next 48 hours. it is of into ef
state in the u.s. with a median income of $70,000. that is nearly $20,000 more than the $50,502 average income in america. mississippi is the poorest state with a median income of under $37,000. while marylanders are tops in income, figures highlight a disturbing trend. one in four residents live in poverty. more than 37% of baltimore children were impoverished last year. >> apple was the iphone 5 -- apple's iphone 5 will be released tomorrow. a father and son were trying to swindle others with a fake by phone. daniel parker and his son's decision came to an end when they tried to sell detectives the phone. police thought the phones were stolen. apple told investigators what they really were. >> $20 worth of plastic and john. if this is the iphone -- first iphone you have baht, this will fool you. >> they off the ground may prove difficult if you plano fly american airlines. it has canceled 300 flights this week to cope with a dispute with pilots. the percentage of flights arriving late has ballooned. several days -- some flights did not arrive on time. the union insists pilots are repo
-muslim video blame for sparking the attack on the u.s. embassy in libya. he said the attack is an indefensible attack on america. >> accrued and disgusting video. there should be no doubt we will be relentless in tracking down the killers and bring them to justice. >> mr. obama called on world leaders to confront the real cause of rage across the world. the clinton initiative unveiled a new approach to foreign aid, targeted on eliminating barriers to investment and trade in foreign nations. >> in exchange for removing those barriers, developing nations will receive u.s. assistance packages. >> from the also joked about sharing the stage with bill clinton. >> there is often a buzz aldrin on social media. a controversial call by nfl replacement referees gave the seattle seahawks a victory over the packers last night. even the president weighed in, saying the dispute was terrible. the nfl today admitted, in its own way, that the puckers should have won the game. they said it was because of an interference call, not the interception. the president urged a resolution, with the referees. >> the loca
failure after hundreds of weapons turned up at crime scenes in the u.s. and mexico. the internal investigation found no evidence that attorney general eric holder misinform congress. a deputy assistant attorney general resigned from the department after the report was released. inspector general michael harlots will testify on his findings before the house oversight committee -- general michael horowitz will testify before the house oversight committee tomorrow. >> in addition to school construction, $11 million will help fund kindergarten and pre- k programs. the budget still need to be approved by the county council as well as the state of maryland. >> city councilwoman mary pat clark hosted a forum to discuss the lessons learned after the june it derecho storm. residents at the chance to voice their concerns over the need for more accurate and timely communications. took the utility company over a week to restore power to more than 170,000 customers. >> we want to restore power and do it in a way that is efficient and prompt. we want to do it in a safe fashion. people have a t
them with a moment of silence before tonight's's game. >> we love you. >> art pins on their uniforms. he and his wife gave generously to 20 organizations in and around baltimore. $3.5 million gift right now, the performing arts center. >> it was just a good, upright person. dodge the funeral will be held tomorrow morning at the baltimore hebrew congregation. you can see it live at wbal plus. >> police investigating the brutal murder of an elderly couple. the bodies discovered in their home at the 800 block this afternoon. >> she has the late breaking details. >> of the deceased couple, they had a reputation as generous neighbors. >> people who described this house as the home of an elderly couple, a place where you can count on friendly conversation. >> and out of state, the officers arrived. >> the body of an adult female on the floor in the basement. both persons have a traumatic injuries. >> did not find any signs of injury, wondering if the couple to their killer. >> if they hurt people that you cared about, or do you feel more safe that it is somebody closer to them? believe tha
been with the department since 2007 was assigned to the deparrtengo.s dg unit program. he and his partner graduated following a 24-wetwo training program over the summer with the new castle, delaware police depaparment. he is the second police officer to die this week. another died in a car accident on his way home from work. armetta was a husband and father of a young girl who turns one on monday. >> he loved that little girl. everyone can help her understand in the future how much he loved her. >> again, the cause of his death is under investigation and funeral arrangements are being made. >> right now, we'll hear from john and it was a wild afternoon. >> it was. i thought it would be more severe than it was, but nonetheless, it's all right. seems like the d.c. area and up north cure hght the worst of it what is going to follow is awfully nice. we will talk agreaut a great >> the national weather service has confirmed two tornadoes touched down in the in brooklyn and queens. a driver was shocked as one of the tornadoes crossed the road. wow! the twisters knocked down power lines
where a u.s. ambassador and three other americans were killed. the nightly been officials now have arrested an unspecified number of militants suspected of taking part in that attack. they also say they are closely monitoring others to see if they are linked to the group. the deputy interior minister is now saying the benghazi attack was a two-part operation. they say ambassador chris stevens and the other americans were killed in an initial violence just as libyan and u.s. security forces arrived to rescue the consulate staff. two more americans were killed and a number of others wounded. u.s. officials are also bracing for more violent clashes in other parts of the muslim world. >> there are many muslim leaders who are condemning the attacks. kai reed met with some of them here in maryland who say the attacks were in no way representative of the islamic faith. >> we hope people will come to their senses and to understand that everyone has a right to survive and lived. >> the killing of diplomats and ambassadors is in no way allowed and our religion of islam. anyone who does that
a wife and two young children. the co-owner of [indiscernible] the h stands for harry, the s for steve. it has grown into one of the largest bakeries on the east coast, and it is still family owned and operated. he was 93 years old. voters will decide in november whether to this -- whether to expand the state's gambling program. tv advertisements have bombarded the airwaves, chock full of claims. we have a fact check. >> they make lots of promises. >> the tv advertising war it is costly, contentious, and full of misleading claims. this ad opposes adding a sixth gambling site in the state. >> millions of dollars for new teachers -- >> but there is not an obligation to use the revenue for classrooms. >> and duckling is misleading. -- that is misleading. 48.9% of proceeds and 20% of table game money go to the education trust fund. gambling dollars could replace general fund money earmarked for education, freeing it up to be used for other things. so far, slots revenues have not met anticipations. this is not a budget adoption in 2013. >> thousands of good-paying jobs. >> "we have heard th
of the suburbs north and west of town or in the 40's this morning. this is the last of the year where the average height is 80. it is also the last time we had a 100-degree record high, the latest in the year it has ever happened was in 1983. clear skies across the region, setting up for another cooler nights. expect some 40's in the north and west of baltimore. a big area of high pressure is dominating the weather across the mid-atlantic. on the west side it gets a little milder. once this thing moves off the coast, the temperatures will climb a little bit, but not extreme. still very comfortable, 77-82 tomorrow. the normal is 79. because it for the next few days. -- low 80's for the next few days. high tide at fort mchenry at 4:14 in the morning. western maryland enjoy some beautiful weather, too. on the eastern shore, expect high temperatures to peak in the low 80's. bright sunny skies wednesday through friday. the delaware beaches down into southern maryland, 74 tomorrow, close to 80 thursday and then in the low 80's for friday and saturday. michael and lesley finally weekend, diminished, and
. parkton down to 71. far western 60's in maryland. satellite image shows the cluster of storms to the south. a lot more clout and a lot more rain back in ohio. there is a front that is stalled. a lot of waves moving along the front. a lot of moisture. a lot of tropical moisture to the south of it. the remnant of isaac out ot the west. all that will be moving along this front, which will be parked here all weekend long. dryer air to the north and the more tropical stuff to the south. our forecast overnight is cloudy with the scattered showers, maybe zero rumble of thunder. leaning more towards shower activity. 69-75, with an east-southeast wind. during the day tomorrow, scattered showers and thunderstorms. we will stress the scattered. it will not be raining all the time. there is a pretty good chance we will get rain at some point. 80-85 the high. not as warm tomorrow because of all the cloud cover. the bay, southeast wins 5-10 knots. the bay water temperature is right now are in the low 80's. that is pretty warm for this time of year. insta-weather futurecast shows the rain letting up. by
police fired water cannon that them. in tunisia, demonstrators set fires by the u.s. embassy gates and in sudan, protesters raged on the british and german industries -- embassies. the president went on tv to urge calm. authorities had to build a wall to block an access road. there were demonstrations today in nearly 40 cities across the region and beyond. what the body the the americans killed in the delivery of this week were finally home today. the transfer ceremony took place days after the group was killed in an attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi. it was a solemn homecoming. the casket of ambassador chris stevens and three other americans were finally carried home. president barack obama and hillary clinton met with the families of the victims, honoring their memories. >> today we bring home for americans who gave their lives for our country and our values. >> they did not simply embrace the american ideal. they lived it. they embodied it. >> the president and secretary of state about justice and reiterated their condemnation of an anti-muslim film that triggered more de
. temperatures are still in the low 60's up your the pennsylvania line. eastern shore, 71 at the naval academy. imelda morning. -- a milder morning. there is cooler coming our way. current temperatures in the northern lakes up to the canadian border. 30's already there. 60's in the mid atlantic. that front will be crossing the mountains tomorrow afternoon. now picking up quite a bit of showers. checking north of state college upton york. we will have to get past that but whether tomorrow afternoon. it might interrupt your weekend prance -- plans. that is where the air will be coming from for the second half of the weekend. we will start tomorrow morning with some sun and clouds mix. the deeper into the afternoon we go, we will pick up some clouds. approaching baltimore from the west side. gets stronger as across the easting tour -- eastern shore. just after midnight, the skies will clear. it will deliver a beautiful finish to a weekend. the first full day of fall on sunday. the official beginning is at 10:49 tomorrow morning. before the fund gets here, highs in the low 80's. winds out of the s
. almost freezing out in western maryland. 35 up until the mountains. low 40's through south-central pa, parts of the eastern shore. ocean city -- 44. south burry, a chilly 47. -- salisbury, a chilly 47. 60 id bwi today. -- at bwi today. the morning low at 51 is our current temperature as well. two years ago, but were talking excruciating summer heat. 95 degrees late september of 2010. 39, the record low. the sky is generally clear. it boasted that with overnight with light winds. temperatures will continue to cool. 55 the debt of chester town. -- 55 in chester town. low 50's downtown. high pressure passing south of us. it will produce a fantastic day tomorrow. it will be vulnerable to a fund from the great lakes. these will combine and move in our direction with a chance of showers. if you like the cool weather, get outside and enjoy tomorrow. the first clouds arriving tomorrow afternoon as the weather system developed. maybe a sprinkle tomorrow night but a better chance for showers on wednesday in the afternoon. that front heading across the area. it looks like it will drop in virgini
have dropped back to the lower 70's, a 60's. a 20% chance for rain showers. most of you will not see rain tomorrow. the high will be around 90 degrees. if you are going to take the boat out tomorrow, probably start off on the south and shift to the north as the front comes through. the next high tide is at 7:44. if you are heading down the ocean, it does not look good here on the map but there will be plenty of dry hours mixed in there. i was still go. i think overall it would be ok. -- i would still go. sunday, monday, tuesday, the moisture will jump. the way should look at it is that there is a 60% that it won't rain. don't cancel any plans if you are going down to watch the race or something like that. temperatures in the low to mid 80's. >> coming up, the best night of mark's career. high school football under way and a great story. straight ahead. isn; >> our first number tonight is 40 followed by 47. next, 48. that is followed by 31. the final white ball for this evening is 41. the megaball number is 45. if no one matches all six if no one matches all six but it'll become so mu
of the hezbollah leader calling for more demonstrations. the u.s. embassy is burning secret documents as a precaution. firing teargas at demonstrators trying to reach the u.s. consulate. an anti-islamic video of the protests. similar sounds of unrest dominated parts of indonesia, the west bank, and iran. sirens blared near kabul where a few hundred afghans set fire to cars and shops. >> it is about politics and world power, about what is taking place in these countries. it is a tremendous, complex, and painful transition. >> unprecedented insider attacks by afghans in training have resulted in least six deaths over the weekend, raising questions about how to protect u.s. soldiers. >> this is so serious, we need more help. we cannot do not all on our own. >> we will not lose sight of the fundamental mission here. >> officials reinforcing their resolve despite increasingly difficult circumstances. >> tonight, some cases of vandalism appeared to be targeting mosques in virginia. fbi officials said on friday, worshipers at the islamic center of the shallot -- shenandoah valley arrived at
they have not ruled out the possibility of last week's attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi being planned. at this point, they say they have no information to indicate that. rex -- >> fund-raiser fallout for the mitt romney campaign. the entire video for his controversial remarks at a fund- raiser in florida made online. at a utah fund-raiser, he made no in the dimension of the incident but paul ryan today said that mitt romney was obviously inarticulate and with the election in less than two months, many analysts believe he has time to make a course correction. >> it is going to be tough. the challenge for him is he has a few weeks before the first presidential debate. he has to right the ship a little bit. >> mitt romney does not apologize for his remarks, instead clamming a great divide between his opponent, president obama, police said believed in redistributing wealth while he some self -- who said he believes in -- giving wealth. >> an exclusive look at the boat to the white house with a visit from c-span. to the at the votroad white house with a visit from c- span. rex -- >
. 60's to around 70. but change are on the way. the skies are gun to clear. oakland is 46 degrees. once the skies begin to clear, the wind shift, we'll see the temperatures in baltimore settle into the lower 50's. 60's downtown. shower primarily south of town now will continue to move farther south adds the yor night moves on. it take twoss days to get from the great lakes to the baltimore area. and will easy off the carolina coast. this front will be driving south and east and arrive sunday evening but for most of the weekend we should have some decent weather outside without having to worry about rain. tomorrow, partly cloudy sky. showers will linger. showers will start pushing farther south and east. a brief shower might pop up late afternoon heading towards sunset and a little bit beyond that into sunday night a chance for shower develops. look at that cloud cover coming from the south by monday afternoon or evening. the rabe will spread toward baltimore later monday night. so the forecast woacht be too bad. it will feel better as far as the humid levels dropping. decent day on the
this morning. temperatures in the 50's. 75 at the naval academy in annapolis. warm and muggy. scattered showers. the not be surprised if you hear some overnight thunder. shoppers are generating on the edge of cool air. fall in full force. action in high temperatures in the low 50's in michigan. -- afternoon high temperatures in the low 50's in michigan. the front was moving slowly to the south earlier. now potentially stationery. another nudge tomorrow. it will slowly works its way into our region. it is moving so slow, it will take a few days. there will be a chance for a shower to pop up. tomorrow, kind of like today. maybe a little more cloudy. warm and muggy. these showers popping up could impact the ravens came tomorrow evening. friday, scattered showers. the weekend -- the front tried to get further south and east of us. an area of low pressure. we will have sunshine but daunted you laid the showers. tomorrow, scattered showers. 78-83 degrees. ways around 1 foot. western maryland -- a couple of days showers. eastern shore, and the war tomorrow. it cools off as the front of lights out on f
with no rain occurring there. 60's out in the mountains. to the west, here is all that rain coming up and all that moisture is locked up with remnants of isaac, still back in kentucky. another stalled out front, and all that humidity is collecting right along the front. the front moves to the north and eventually isaac will move toward pennsylvania and new york state. out in the tropical and atlantic, leslie is a tropical storm, almost all. the forecast senator bermuda by the weekend. tropical depression 13, very small, is way out in the atlantic and does not look like it will be any problem, either. 69-75 tonight with some scattered storms coming our way. tomorrow, the same as today. storms, maybe some heavy rains. southeast winds at 5-10 miles an hour. during the day, self winds and up 1 foot shop on the waters of the bay. by tomorrow afternoon and tomorrow evening and again on wednesday, more of these scattered or showered -- isolated shower activity. we might see an isolated shower but it looks like most of the day will be dry on thursday. a pilot strike, but next weekend, more rain. >> c
chance for rain on tuesday with highs in the 70's. >> the orioles magic are brimming over tonight at the yard. a lot of the nail biting, but it is looking good. how are you doing? >> great. the orioles magic, past, present and future. will look at where the orioles are in the standg as well as telson tiger football. the story is straight ahead. >> it is america's favorite jackpot game. get ready, everybody. this is powerball. we are jumping off with a guaranteed $40 million. get those tickets ready. starting out with 57. after that, we have got the number 14. here is a picture of daryle from virginia. he won $2 million. he is the first virginia resident to win that much. the next number is 29. then 18. we round up with 28. tonight's winning powerball number is 8. good luck, everybody. make sure you check those tickets carefully. tickets carefully. number of students that we have. resources. materials. things that the children need... on a day-to-day basis. anncr: question seven will help. the department of legislative services says question seven... will mean one hundred ninety ni
the dewpoint numbers. when they are in the 7's -- temperatures cooling -- temperatures in the morning staying kind of war. the remnants of isaac bringing tropical moisture for the mid atlantic. there is a front in the upper midwest. that will get here but not until the end of the week. for the next three or four days, it is the same basic pattern. warm and muggy, temperature staying above normal. small craft advisory for the bay tomorrow morning. western maryland mountains, a shower and 78 tomorrow. a thunderstorm, but only a 20% chance -- on thursday. the temperatures will probably hit 90 in many areas on thursday. down at the coast, a little color, but the rain chances are also little bit higher. >> lesley could be a threat to bermuda as we get later into the weekend. the forecast is for 100 mile an hour winds. that is the storm will have to watch, but it is nowhere near landfall in the united states. 86 tomorrow, 9's thursday and friday. the ravens kickoff on monday and it will be a little bit cooler. >> the orioles continue to make this a september to remember. more on the wind that pushe
at the airport. westminster at 72. hancock at 71. hagerstown at 75. most are calling in to the upper 60's. a series of fronts kicking up storms. we will have to mention the possibility of an isolated thunderstorm. the third one in this line arrive saturday evening and behind it there is some fall- like air coming in. this should move in quickly and open the door to change. the hurricane center is keeping a close eye on that. on saturday, showers possible midday and early morning hours. the main line of storms this not reach the western suburbs until evening and moves off the coast saturday night. lots of sunshine and cooler and less humid air moves in for sunday. tomorrow is another steamy one. the risk of an afternoon thunderstorm. sign up at 6:41 a.m. waves are averaging 1 foot. some sunshine tomorrow but the western front comes in on saturday with a round of showers and drops the temperatures to fall-like levels in western maryland. muddy conditions with a 20% chance of the storm, going up to 60% on the eastern shore on saturday. sunny skies in ocean city. a chance for a storm saturday
. greatest moments came at the u.s. open. he said the 2012 open will be his last as a pro. he is retiring. he delayed retirement for at least in the day. a third-round game. in the forecourt. a little drop shot. look at that. but he is still getting one. look at this. through the legs. a great shot for riddick. -- roddick, his reaction was priceless. a certain winner for andy ro ddick, who lives to play another day. the paralympics took up with b olympics left off. a few local swimmers. today, baltimore's rebecca meyers made her way to the podium. she claimed bronze in the freestyle. a swimmer with degenerative eye sight, she continues to inspire. a great effort in the pool for her first career. please stay with us, another check on the forecast after this.
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